Companies around the world are taking steps to act responsibly in their reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic, and non-profit organizations are no exception.
Indeed, non-profits in healthcare, food access, humanitarian relief, kids/youth and those serving the creative community have all rallied around making a difference during the pandemic. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the non-profits that have programs specific to COVID-19, and how you can help.
As people around the globe continue to deal with the impact of our current crisis, it’s understandable that the 50th anniversary of Earth Day isn’t making as much front-page news. However, I’d argue that it’s critical for business decision makers to accelerate the move toward more sustainable practices, even now. This move has already started to take shape, with many people working from home and many businesses shifting from physical to digital overnight.
In times like this, we are reminded of how community and creativity have the power to change the world.
We’re proud to be partnering with iconic artists and creative luminaries from around the world to honor the workers and volunteers who are making a difference during the COVID-19 crisis — the healthcare providers, first responders, delivery drivers, sanitation workers, mail carriers, supermarket staff, schoolteachers, and thousands of others — the people working tirelessly to keep us all safe.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) was founded in 1984, following several cases of child abduction that caught the nation’s attention. At the time, police could access a national database to track and record information on stolen cars, guns and even horses, but a comparable system didn’t exist for missing children. NCMEC was created to become a central hub for distributing information whenever a child is missing.
Free Creative Cloud tools offered to students through May 31, 2020
The past few weeks have shown us that, even in times of uncertainty, our schools and business communities remain strong and resourceful, all while continuing to find creative ways to maintain learning and business continuity.
Student-produced projects tapped into creativity to cover issues including bridging socioeconomic divides and gender disparities
BAY AREA, Calif., February 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ - This summer, 161 underserved students in the San Francisco Bay Area learned video production, digital photography, YouTube channel creation, game design and more, thanks to a partnership between iD Tech Camps, the world leader in summertime STEM education, and Adobe.
February 7, 2020 /3BL Media/ At Adobe we believe that everyone is creative. Creativity is not exclusive or a special gift endowed only upon a lucky few. It belongs to everyone; it’s everywhere, and ultimately, creativity is what connects us all. It doesn’t just open doors. It opens worlds. It transcends borders and lowers barriers, crosses divides and dimensions.
With the explosion of devices, apps, and new media platforms, there never has been more creativity brought to the world than today, and we are in the golden age of creativity.
At Adobe, we believe in unlocking the creative potential in everyone to impact the world in ways both big and small. That’s why we work with our employees and partners to help ensure a brighter future for our youth, lift up the communities where we live and work, and improve the health and sustainability of our environment.